Manufactured by: Vinotheque
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The SC PRO Series embodies the latest and greatest system design technologies in an all-new housing design. Developed directly from customer and installer feedback, the unit incorporates a variety of high-end components at an affordable price. By combining powerful airflow with quiet operation technology, the SC PRO is unrivaled when it comes to efficiently cooling small to mid-sized wine cellars.
What separates the original SC Series from the SC PRO Series? The SC PRO comes complete with a new blower fan system that optimizes performance while operating at a significantly lower noise level. It also reintroduces a condensate management system, which effectively evaporates up to 3 oz. of water per hour. This management system renders the drain line as an additional safeguard rather than a definite need.
The SC PRO Series is a direct replacement for the well-known XLT cellar cooling unit and is designed for simple, through-the-wall interior installation. The unit fits between standard wall studs and a single-piece mounting bracket eliminates the need for a support shelf. The SC PRO has a 30°F temperature differential so in order to keep your cellar at 55°F, the condenser intake temperature should not exceed 85°F.
Dimensions: 14.25″w x 15.75″h x 17.5″d
Cu. Ft: 300
Lead Time: 1-2 weeks
- Liquid-temperature-measuring bottle probe
- Advanced digital controller
- Dynamic airflow with quiet operation technology
- Condensate management system
- Coated evaporator coil
- Front or rear power switch
- Single-piece mounting bracket
- Durable powder-coated finish
- Consult our wine cellar professionals at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure proper unit application
- For through-wall installations, ensure that the exhaust area is adequate for heat dissipation and noise
- Cellar is properly lined with a vapor barrier
- Dedicated 20 amp circuit
- Drain line accommodation
- Cellar volume/cubic feet (LxWxH) is less than or equal to units recommended capacity
- For cellars that have windows or cement (not recommended), an over-sized unit will compensate for the cooling loss